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. [laughter] >> it's really not erskine bowles say nobody is the obama administration. the series here for a minute. if you're right about the physical if you have to worry about what the story means because erskine bowles is a guy that can get in the middle of republicans and democrats. republicans like and, clinton's former chief of staff. he has close ties. liz: a business guy. >> a business guy with close ties to a lot of republicans. he has support from democrats. a lifelong democrat. he is a guy that can bring both sides together, and the fact is, the obama administration is not just distancing themselves. they said, we don't want any part of you, at least right now. he is telling people he will be treasury secretary. no way. liz: he doesn't want to. >> that is where it is a little murky. they don't want him. they really don't want him. from what i understand, as of now it is jack lose. the president has named jack the chief of staff, the chief of staff, and anyway, he, it's his job to lose. it's not official, anything can happen, but that's when i understand. what's even worse,
-- to cover i have a job. now i've been unemployed for 25 months. look to the obama administration to lay out several new taxes' impact in the middle class that were suppressed during the campaign. a vehicle mileage tax and a value added tax, carbon energy tax. i hope you're wrong. finally, since obama comes from chicago i think he brings chicagos dirty politics to the nationalstage. there prove my point. we love hearing from you. send me an e-mail. and finally, cash-strapped new york state taking a ridiculous approach to the dmv. the state has tentatively chosen the highest bidder, not the lowest among the highest bidder temperatures driver's licenses, a canadian company. it gets worse. the company can only provide black-and-white photos, and not done. if approved the contract we will cost the state $38 million more than the next operator. still losing vendors and of the company that has produced a license for new york for the last 16 years. they're protesting the award. this takes outsourcing to a whole new level. again, maybe black and white license photos will look better. that's my "2 ce
, what was the assessment of the obama administration of the area where there consular was? there's a big difference. if this was an area as secure as iceland or waziristan. time confident that there were cables that said there are ten training centers for militias around that location. so i would like to know if the administration basically perceived the location is dangerous there for what were the measures and therefore when the attack occurred, the knd of response would be appropriate to the type of assessment. that is what we want to know. >> chairman of the house securities committee is very direct saying the documents that we see that the cia had prior to general petraeus coming in, it is impossible to believe he thought he w giving as at the time on his testimony, testimony supporting what became the brought fiction of an inch and a video. congressman king is saying point blank. he believes that petraeus was under the thumb of the administration, coerced and blackmail and a statement. >> i think i no general petraeus pretty well. i covered him in 2003 and stayed in touch with them
. can we expect the same from the obama administration? >> will be important to watch. will. administration in 2008, you could handle the situation however you see fit and the international community weighed in for a cease-fire. we haven't had a lot of statements out of washington yet. we had statements from the british government. very interesting to see statements that obama makes on this. dagen: any idea how long this lasts? even though there might not be a supply disruption related to this, could you see it show up in the price of oil. >> with i rise 7%. and no one knows how this plays out. and in 2006, the hezbollah conflict again, relatively limited conflict and duration but people were concerned that it would spread. i don't think this one's friends. we have two major military campaigns in the region. dagen: biggest worry is it still in iraq? >> we have to watch that throughout this year. and it ends the nuclear threat. dagen: that is what the obama administration wants. >> we have a decision point in 2013. dagen: we have another year. thanks for taking the time. anyt
to find a safe haven because they know that the taxes are going to be higher than the obama administration is currently citing and they're afraid and they're terrified. >> that amounts to tax evasion, you move money off shore you've got to declare where it is and any income that you made on it. and are you telling us that rich folks are basically avoiding taxes? >> well, i think they're trying to be creative, like they always have been of the creativity makes the rich wealthy and that's what i found out over interviewing them over the last 30 years is that creativity is the best thing and i think they're trying to be honest about it, but creative. >> when does it come back to america? >> i don't know. it's a really good question, i'm asking them that and they don't know either. is america ever going to be the same? i don't know, four more years of both the obama administration, are we going to-- are we going to recognize this question after four more years, i hope so, i don't know. stuart: you're painting a pretty grim idea of the mood. it sounds like they're in despair. >> they are. there
half a billion in taxpayer money from the obama administration to build their california headquarters. government lawyers appealing to stop the bulk of the money for mending of finance a private equity fund's controlling solyndra. those taxpayers just can't win. in another story entirely, united airlines says flights are back to normal after computer problems disrupted its schedule today. this is the third computer-related issue since summer. tonight the airline still is and saying exactly what caused the problem. here to help us find the answer, tom parsons, ceo of best fares. great to see you. here is what i don't understand. don't these people have redundant systems, backup systems? >> you would think so. i'm sure they did. the problem is, i don't know if united corporation continental knows where the problem came from. could have been an ax and an owl, but we do know over two years ago when this came about, united was running the platform of what continental was running, apples and oranges. today we got was applesauce. that's about it. it is not good for the airline that this happ
of the israeli conflict can read the articles, discussion how a second term obama administration might behave that would open it up for israel to feel they need to strike quickly after the election and sort of punch first. i think that is part of what it is. frankly the israeli haves a track record. when they find somebody they have been looking for they take him out. melissa: where do we go from here? seems like it has really taken the whole thing up a notch? >> it has. it has gone up several notches. when i got up this morning reading through the news i wasn't concerned about it. i thought this would be classic couple of a day flare-up. over the course of the day events got more significant. much larger rocket that has been used in the past got fired against tel aviv you mentioned. first time in 20 years you heard air raid sirens, israeli citizens in a major city having to take shelter. this is very different than the usual rockets. there were, 300 usual small, kitush rockets. they're small. with 300 launched only three people died. with bigger rockets that have longer range you're talking
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